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Amended Results Declare Previously Failed Students as Distinction Holders

In a surprising turn of events, a total of 165 students who were initially declared as failed in all subjects of the 12th standard have now been reclassified as distinction holders in the revised annual regular results.

According to the news agency, the Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (JKBOSE) announced on Monday that the amendment and revised notification were issued due to the “lackadaisical approach” of either their parental school or the BOSE itself, which had led to the erroneous initial results.

A notification released by the BOSE stated, “Following the release of the Higher Secondary Part Two examination results, the results of 165 roll numbers have been amended, revised, and declared.”

Interestingly, a group of 12th-grade students organized a demonstration in Srinagar’s press enclave on Saturday to protest the discrepancies in the results declared by the BOSE.

The protesting students highlighted that numerous students from Government Higher Secondary School Kakapora were marked absent for the practical paper in the subject of chemistry, resulting in a “reappear” status for the entire subject.

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“Our performance in the theory paper was commendable, but due to this practical discrepancy, our mental well-being has been severely affected,” they voiced their concerns.

On Friday, the Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education announced the annual regular results for the 12th standard, revealing an overall pass percentage of 65 percent.

In response to the controversy, BOSE officials clarified that the parental schools of the affected students had provided the award roll information late, leading to the issue.

“The delayed submission of the award roll by their respective schools caused this problem. The BOSE bears no responsibility for this error,” stated an official.

This unexpected amendment of results has brought relief and joy to the 165 students who were initially declared as failures, transforming their academic journey into one of distinction and success.

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